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Hello. I am a little confused about chronology of this series. After watching almost entire series, I ended up confused about when did each important event took its place. The real mess is stuff around episodes featuring character Cad Bane and his actions. Article about Bane did explain a lot, but still I am curious about cronologic order of entire series. Could anyone here please provide some hints? Thank you. - Anonymous SW fan. PS: Sorry about messy form. I am not native speaker and I still learn english.
Well, to tell you the truth, we're all confused on most of it. TCW messes up with standing canon alot. So, Lucasfilm has yet to release a substantial timeline for it yet, so we'll just have to wait for most of our answers. Hope this helps a bit. Cal Jedi(Personal Comm Channel) 14:46, August 15, 2011 (UTC)
It is certain that the producers don't even know where some story-lines are headed and when they are to take place.MaxReebo 05:17, August 16, 2011 (UTC)
Thanks a lot. Regarding messing with standard canon I also realized there are weird spots. I am only happy that I do not have a big knowledge about canonical work made prior to CW so I do not have to hit my head against the wall after every episode watched, although I occasionally do when it comes to certain themes. -ASWF
Although there were a few episodes that were extremely disappointing and messed up with Star Wars canon, many individual episodes, and the few episodes that came presented in a series, were fantastic. But when you look at TCW as a whole, it is quite frankly a mess of ideas.